#139620 Using SVG logos, getting PHP warnings

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    Hi,

    I’m trying to use SVG logos. The issue – even if I set the width on these, it still does not play nice.
    I had initial success with setting the Primary to SVG, but not the Sticky one.

    Also, it’s tough to set the actual width in the Elementor editor while editing the Header, cause the logo just does not display there.

    My current state is that I have reset the logos in Customizer to the default PNGs, but still can’t see them in the Elementor editor. And there’s a ton of warnings – see attachments šŸ™‚

    I’m using the Sinope template.

    Expected state:
    – use SVG logos for both Primary and Sticky (also any others).
    – being able to control the size/width.
    – no Warnings, obviously.

    Any good hints to solve this?

    Thanks,

    Jaan

    Amir Rather Support Team

    Could you please send over your administrative WordPress access(in a private reply) so we can check what might be going on in the backend? We’ll need permission to debug this.

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    Amir Rather Support Team

    Hi there

    I just enabled the SVG support here https://l6oke.ee/arendus/wp-admin/admin.php?page=jupiterx#/settings

    Please check now.

    Regards

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    jaan-b20fc706

    Correction – those warnings appear also on a fresh install using Sinope. And other themes (see attachment using Amalthea)
    WP 5.8.3
    JupiterX 1.26.0

    Jaan

    jaan-b20fc706

    Just added this to disable warnings as suggested here: https://themes.artbees.net/forums/topic/getting-error-code/

    ini_set(‘display_errors’,’Off’);
    ini_set(‘error_reporting’, E_ALL );
    define(‘WP_DEBUG’, false);
    define(‘WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY’, false);

    Plus – as mentioned, SVG’s need to be enabled in JupiterX settings (and Elementor settings too).

    Otherwise, I guess PHP warnings are expected with quite a few templates. At least with
    WP 5.8.3
    JupiterX 1.26.0

    Thanks,

    Jaan

    Amir Rather Support Team

    You’re most welcome šŸ™‚

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